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Below is a list of my stock of old secondhand and antiquarian books on Haiti for sale.
Books on Haiti are very collectable. Many of the early books cover the whole island of Hispaniola now made up of Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
Postage and packing is extra but costs are kept to a minimum. On overseas orders I can offer cheap shipping per airmail M Bag service where total weight is over 1.5kg (3lbs) Cost will be advised after you have submitted your order and before payment is taken.
|PHILIPS Anghelen A. Gingerbread houses: Haiti's Endangered Species|
Impr. H. Deschamps (1975)
93 large pp. 1st ltd. ed., no. 1598 of 2000 copies, signed and inscribed by author. Clean in very good D/W.
Many fine line drawings of houses.
|ETIENNE Maj. F.E. Les Decorations Haitiennes a travers l'Histoire.|
120 large pp +  1st ltd. edition, no. 1114 of 3000 copies. Clean in worn D/W.
A scarce work on military and civilian decorations and medals illustrated with many colour plates.
|RODMAN Selden Renaissance in Haiti. - Popular painters in the Black Replublic.|
Pellegrini & Cudahy, New York (1948)
134pp. 1st ed., fine in slightly worn cloth.
|ANON Art of Haiti and Jamaica. - A loan exhibition.|
Art Gallery Center for Inter-American Relations, New York (1968)
36 + 4pp. Clean in card covers.
|BASKETT Sir James History of the Island of St. Domingo From its First Discovery By Columbus to the Present Period.|
London: Printed for Archibald Constable & Co (1818)
xiv + 446pp. 1st ed., occasional tone spotting mostly in margins and on page edges otherwise clean in modern blue cloth, lacking end papers.
A scarce work.
|MCCONNELL H.O. and SWAN E. You can learn Creole. - A simple introduction to Haitian Creole for English Speaking People|
Imprimerie de L'Etat, Port Au Prince (1945)
106pp. 1st ed., water stained in damaged card covers. Text complete so O.K. as a reading copy.
|LORNE Marquis A trip to the Tropics and home through America.|
London: Hurst & Blackett (1867)
xii + 355pp + engraved frontispiece and publisher's catalogue. 2nd ed., spotting to title page otherwise clean in worn and shaken green cloth.
Much on Haiti and Jamaica.
|MACAULAY Zachary (Ed) Anti-Slavery Monthly Reporter.|
Vol iii, no 8 - Vol iv, no 1. No 56 - 73. pp 167 - 300, (iv), 301 - 508, 1 -24. 8vo. 1st ed., fine in slightly worn half calf with later contemporary spine. The Anti-Slavery Monthly Reporter is bound between 'Monthly Extracts from the Correspondence of the British and Foreign Bible Society for 1830 in 12 issues, pp 321-430 and 'Quarterly Extracts of the British Society for Promoting the Religious Principles of the Reformation, 5 issues for 1830.
Detailed accounts of abuse of slaves on Barbados and Jamaica also description of conditions in Haiti'Of source value for the emancipation struggle.' (Ragatz p 382).
|RAINSFORD M. An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti: - comprehending a view of the principal transactions in the revolution of Saint Domingo; with its antient and modern state.|
xxiii +  + 467pp + index +  publisher's ads. + folding maps and plates. 1st ed., very clean in original full calf, rebacked. The map and plan toned due to having been printed on inferior paper.
|UNDERHILL E.B. The West Indies: - Their Social and Religious Condition.|
Jackson, Walford and Hodder (1862)
x + 493pp. 1st ed., lacking front end papers and prelim., title page with tone spots, in worn original green pictorial cloth, corners bumped.
Sections on Bahamas, Cuba, Trinidad, Haiti and Jamaica. The tour described in the book was undertaken at the request of the Treasurer and Committee of the Baptist Missionary Society following emancipation.
|JEANNOPOULOS P.C. Images of Port au Prince|
New York (2000)
x + 102 large pp. 1st ed., fine in pictorial card covers.
Enlargements of old picture postcard views of Port au Prince with historical descriptions. 11 x 8.5"
|JONES C.L. The Caribbean since 1900.|
Prentice-Hall, Inc., New York (1936)
511pp. 1st ed., ex library still very good in original blue cloth.
Political history of the region with chapters devoted to Cuba, Haiti, Dominican Republic and Latin American countries.
|LAGUERRE M.S. The complete Haitiana. - A bibliographic guide to the scholarly literature 1900 - 1980.|
Kraus International (1982)
2 large vols., 1562pp. 1st ed., fine in original cloth.
Detailed and very useful bibliography arranged by subjects.
|ISY-SCHWART M. Haiti Cherie.|
Editions Henri Deschamps, Haiti (1953)
207 large pp. 1st ed., fine in original cloth. 9.5 x 12"
Coffee table type book with many mostly black and white photos of the island. Text in French and English. Scarce.
|HAZARD S. Santo Domingo, Past and Present: With a Glance at Haiti.|
Santo Domingo (1974)
511pp + 24 engraved plates. Facsimile reprint of 1st ed., fine in pictorial boards in slip case.
Fine history and description of the island with attractive engraved views.
|BESAULT L. DE President Trujillo. - His work and the Dominican Republic.|
Washington Pub. Co. (1936)
344pp + plates, fine with embossed portrait of Trujillo on front board, ex libre but still in fine condition.
Highly complimentary biography of the dictator.